The Islander Cafe is now open in New Castle, New Hampshire

It’s no secret that many businesses have opened or closed in recent times, and many new ones have started to inhabit the Seacoast.

The Groovy Witch shop recently moved to its new location in Dover, where you can buy cute clothes and read a tarot card in one visit. In the past two weeks, The Fermanent and Dover Coffee and Tea Co. have also opened.

Today, The Islander Cafe is among the newest businesses to join the ranks.

Located at 52 Main Street in New Castle, New Hampshire, The Islander Cafe serves coffee, breakfast, and lunch daily from 7:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Here’s what we gathered about their offers from their social media.

They can make an average Dutch pancake (just look at how puffy)…

…as well as a delicious (and healthy) berry salad. Fruit, pecan, cheese and chicken toppings? What’s not to like?

The Islander Cafe also serves Good Citizen Coffee, which brings “a bit of Nashville to New Hampshire” according to this Instagram post. Can we get a yee-haw?

You can also enjoy a selection of fun treats to curb your sweet tooth.

To see a photo of the full Islander Cafe menu, click here to see a post by Abby Draper on the Seacoast Eats Facebook group. In the post, Abby also praises the gluten-free wraps and bread offerings. So for anyone gluten free you might want to check this place out.

We are always happy to see new businesses settling on the Seacoast and wish those at The Islander Cafe every success in their future business endeavours.

To find out more about what Islander Cafe members have been up to, click here to go to their website and sign up with your email to “stay in the know”.

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